3 edition of New technologies for rural development having potential of commercialisation found in the catalog.
New technologies for rural development having potential of commercialisation
Contributed articles; with reference to India.
|Statement||editorial board, chief editor, Jai Prakash Shukla ; associate editor, D.P. Mondal ; members, P.K. Jain, Ambarish Shukla.|
|Contributions||Shukla, Jai Prakash., Mondal, D. P., Jain, P. K., Shukla, Ambarish.|
|LC Classifications||HN690.Z9A-.Z9Z.C6 (H8)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||2009346290|
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READ NOW DOWNLOAD New Technologies for Rural Development Having Potential of Commercialisation Book Summary. Oct 15, · Debnath S, Roy AN, Basu G, Chattopadhyay SN () NIRJAFT’s technologies for rural development.
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globalisation and by rapid advances in new technologies, notably ICTs, which have enabled new forms of competition and opened new markets for the creation and delivery of innovative products and services. Globalisation has also increased the pressure on OECD countries to move up the value chain and engage in a continuous.
Aug 16, · A new category of awards called- start up award has been introduced to promote technology startups for development of new technologies having potential for commercialisation. This is a strong step forward to transform technological innovation to derive solutions for basic needs and problems of people.
Jun 07, · Funding the global public good of technology is a useful way for donors to leverage the impact of their aid. Different types of technologies appear to be important to development progress, and to spread, in different ways. ‘Lab coat technologies’ (inventions) spread easily and improve quality of life, ‘process technologies’ (institutions) spread with difficulty and are.
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capability for the utilisation and development of new. The development of new technologies, specifically Imazapyr-resistant (IR) maize, is a potential solution, but research has been necessary to identify constraints to and reasons for the limited adoption of the demonstrably superior technology (Manyong et al., ).
Besides better distribution and extension methods, farmers’ perceptions of the Cited by: A key policy encouraging the development of renewable energy in Australia are the mandatory renewable energy targets (MRET) set by both Commonwealth and State governments.
Inthe Howard Government introduced a MRET of 9, GWh of new renewable energy generation. The gathering and commercialisation of non-timber forest products (NTFP) in Europe has repeatedly been praised for its potential to support rural development.
However, political support mechanisms explicitly targeting NTFP remain underdeveloped. In this study, we aimed to contribute to the design of support mechanisms by understanding the factors that influence the commercialisation of wild Cited by: 3.
determined to acquire new technologies. Under the second specific objective, the Action will also undertake a comprehensive mix of activities that will enhance research and development ecosystem and support Government efforts in - improving the mechanism for R&D competitive funding, by strengthening financial and administrative capacities to boost.
are having a significant global impact on economic development and poverty reduction, in both urban and rural communities. However, the full potential of agro-industries as an engine for economic development has not yet been real-ized in many developing countries, especially in Africa.
Development communication refers to the use of communication to facilitate social development. Development communication engages stakeholders and policy makers, establishes conducive environments, assesses risks and opportunities and promotes information exchanges to create positive social change via sustainable development.
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Martin Greeley is fellow of the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. He has a long-standing interest in rural technology development, including energy and crop storage in South Asia.
He is a member of an IDS team preparing a major research. The agricultural sector offers huge potential for job creation. Realizing this can radically change the image of agriculture among young people.
And agriculture’s image among young people is changing—from Brooklyn, New York to Nairobi, Kenya—where youth are now turning to farming and the food system as a viable career laikipiatourism.com: Sarah Small.
However, manufacturing and using batteries, as well as the way they are treated at the end of their life, also has environmental impacts. This Future Brief from Science for Environment Policy provides an overview of technical aspects of battery design and production which enable the environmental footprint of batteries to be lowered.May 27, · Total global investment (both public and private) in research and development for renewable energy technologies has almost doubled over the past decade (REN21, ).
The portrait of renewable energy development is, however, becoming more multifaceted, with more challenges seen in some regions of the globe.Modern agricultural systems that promote cultivation of a very limited number of crop species have relegated indigenous crops to the status of neglected and underutilised crop species (NUCS).
The complex interactions of water scarcity associated with climate change and variability in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), and population pressure require innovative strategies to address food insecurity and Cited by: